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Iosa Ghini Associati | San Leo

Objects Iosa Ghini Associati | San Leo

Iosa Ghini Associati | San LeoPalazzetti presents the new creation born out from collaboration with Massimo Iosa Ghini. The design is the most fascinating creative process: the winning projects often arise unexpectedly, suggested by a quick intuition, by a meeting that enriches the mind of new inspirations. That’s how San Leo born: few pencil lines on a sheet, a result of the creative architect Iosa Ghini, Italian architecture and design talent, that Palazzetti has translated into reality.

Iosa Ghini Associati | San Leo

© Marco Auber

The recognizable and personal style of Massimo Iosa Ghini meets the experience of Palazzetti in an object from the contemporary lines, which decomposes and synthesizes the representative elements of the domestic fireplace. The flame floats suspended above a base shaped in a fluid form, inspired by the sweetness of a wave. The warm hues of precious marble Emperador represent the background of the composition, making it harmonious and balanced.

Iosa Ghini Associati | San Leo

© Marco Auber

An object from the unmistakable sign, that attracts the attention, redesigning the surrounding space.  A new spell signed Palazzetti.

 

Architect: Iosa Ghini Associati
Photographer: Marco Auber
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